Fans have been waiting to hear how Robert Pattinson would sound like Batman and the new promo of “The Batman” for DC FanDome 2021 has finally answered our prayers! DCEU’s line-up for this year is not only impressive but probably has one of the most anticipated panels for the film “The Batman.”
Ben Affleck was originally set not only to star but also write and direct the project but then he decided to leave the DCEU. After that Robert Pattinson was roped in to play as the new edition of Batman and his narrative is set to take place in a different universe altogether. The very first trailer for The Batman was released during the DC FanDome 2020 and the movie’s photography was delayed due to pandemic.
To hype up the fans for The Batman’s panel at DC FanDome 2021, The Batman’s official Twitter Account released a brand new promo clip.
The video goes on to showcase Robert Pattinson’s Dark Knight voice more than any other previous materials realized by the team. In the video, he describes the BatSignal as “a warning” and not just a mere signal. Check out the video below:
“It’s not just a signal; it’s a warning.” ❤️ this Tweet for reminders before and when #TheBatman is released. pic.twitter.com/ouos1t3PZ4
— The Batman (@TheBatman) October 14, 2021
It had been previously confirmed that the new “The Batman” trailer is all set to debut at the DC FanDome. Robert Pattinson had also revealed that he and his co-star Zoe Kravitz (who is set to play Catwoman in the movie) have actually filmed something extremely fun for the event.
There is no confirmation as of yet on if the entire star cast is going to appear but there are high chances that we might be able to catch at least a few of them at the virtual convention. Among the entire star cast, fans are hoping to see Jeffrey Wright (Commissioner Gordon), Colin Farrell (The Penguin), Andy Serkis (Alfred Pennyworth), and Paul Dano (The Riddler) at the panel.
Pattinson’s voice as the Dark Knight is comparatively less raspy than his predecessors. Considering his actual voice is much more audible. It’s possible that this could have been a creative decision as well. However, Robert Pattinson is British and yet his American accent is damn impressive.